Chris Joseph

Chris Joseph

Reporter

Chris joined the WAFF 48 News team in May of 2018 and loves shining a light on new places and issues the public needs to know about. He's from all over- born in the suburbs of Philly, raised in Chapel Hill, NC and graduated from the University of Missouri. He's ready for all the new adventures the Tennessee Valley has offer.

Chris comes to Huntsville with degrees in Broadcast Journalism and Political Science. He got his start on-air at KOMU 8 News, the NBC affiliate in Columbia, MO. He reported, anchored and produced in mid-Missouri for two years while enrolled at the Missouri School of Journalism. He covered both daily news and long-form investigations. He broke the story of Missouri Governor Greitens' staying the execution of a death row inmate and investigated the two-year delay on charges for a sex offender.

In summer 2017, he interned with CBS News in New York City at the national desk. He helped CBS News identify, confirm and break news across the country. Chris has the local and national experience needed to serve the Tennessee Valley community.

When he's not reporting, he likes to read, hike and check out the town. Come football season you'll find him rooting on the *Missouri* Tigers, UNC Tar Heels and his Philadelphia Eagles.


Recent Articles by Chris

Hundreds walk to ‘End Heroin,’ give support in Huntsville

  Madison City Council revokes business license for juvenile detention facility

  Planned hotel could bring parking woes for downtown Huntsville business

  Massage parlor chain argues to reopen doors during human trafficking investigation

  Madison City Council gives road project bids the green light

  Family of murder victim sues Madison juvenile facility

  Huntsville City Council votes to change city salary schedule, give office of mayor a raise

  ‘It’s ungodly’: Madison County drivers illegally passed school buses and got away with it, officials say

  Christian leaders across the spectrum to hold panel on white nationalism

  Moulton business reopens after fire; fire department applying for grant

  ‘First Amendment auditor’ comes to Huntsville; here are the videos

  Class in a laptop: Madison County school district expands virtual academy

  Public hearing set for business license of Madison juvenile detention facility

  New federal rule could impact food stamps for up to 5,000 Alabamians

  Huntsville City Council approves new downtown hotel

  Huntsville toddler who died, sibling hospitalized were undernourished, police say

  Madison City Council approves agreement for two new SROs

  Huntsville Area Crime Stoppers auction earns more than $14,000

  Huntsville undocumented immigrant called 911, now being taken to Mexico

  South Huntsville library opening pushed back to 2021

  Apollo celebration dinner joyful, but at times in the dark

  State health department says more West Nile virus cases expected

  Advocates hold vigil for immigrant rights at Huntsville’s City Hall

  Madison County Rescue Squad using new drone streaming technology

  Heat putting local contractors at risk, ultimately costing time and money

  Huntsville police reporting 100 percent arrest rate for homicides in 2019

Madison County School Board to wait on interim superintendent

Report: Decatur apartment rent prices down 2 percent in May

  North Huntsville leading city in property code violations; leaders look to business as solution

  Car salesmen can sell cars with recalls by calling them ‘used’